Foreign Large Cap Growth ETFs Stocks
Most of these ETFs divide their assets among a dozen or more developed markets, including Japan, Britain, France, and Germany. In most instances ‘large' implies a market capitalization ($10B and up) that is in the top 70% of all publicly traded stocks within a country. Growth is defined based on fast growth (high growth rates for earnings, sales, book value, and cash flow) and high valuations (high price ratios and low dividend yields). In a healthy economic environment, large cap growth investing is a solid way to invest. However, growth investing is a bit more volatile and as such, this industry is better for moderate investors who can absorb the ups and downs a bit more when it comes to their portfolio balance.
This industry ranks 20 out of 65 ETF categories.
|Rk||Symbol||Name||Last||Open||High||Low||52WK Hi||52WK Lo||Day Chg||YTD Chg||12M Chg||Mkt Cap||50D MA||± 50D||200D MA||± 200D||POWR|
|1||EFG||iShares MSCI EAFE Growth ETF||106.49||108.12||108.50||106.49||114.19||96.12||-1.74
|6.40 %||10.72 %||12.61B||109.88||-3.08 %||107.04||-0.52 %||A|
|2||IHDG||WisdomTree International Hedged Quality Dividend Growth Fund||43.91||44.09||44.24||43.90||46.49||38.14||-0.46
|14.45 %||14.82 %||1.08B||44.35||-0.98 %||43.17||1.71 %||A|
|3||IMTM||iShares Edge MSCI Intl Momentum Factor ETF||38.00||38.49||38.59||38.00||40.83||35.68||-0.64
|1.72 %||7.39 %||874.00M||39.49||-3.77 %||38.96||-2.46 %||A|
|4||DNL||WisdomTree Global ex-US Quality Dividend Growth Fund||41.25||41.61||41.80||41.21||44.04||35.68||-0.38
|9.72 %||15.59 %||441.38M||41.86||-1.45 %||41.01||0.58 %||A|
|5||RFDI||First Trust RiverFront Dynamic Developed International ETF||71.82||71.82||71.82||71.82||75.99||60.25||-0.09
|13.17 %||18.13 %||177.18M||72.04||-0.31 %||70.19||2.32 %||A|
|6||PIZ||Invesco DWA Developed Markets Momentum ETF||39.98||39.82||40.03||39.82||43.09||32.09||0.26
|18.80 %||23.77 %||237.88M||39.57||1.04 %||37.80||5.78 %||B|
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